5 Essential Bodegas in Jerez Worth Visiting

A bottle of fino produced at one of the top bodegas in Jerez, Díez Mérito.

Few drinks are as closely tied to a specific region as sherry is to southern Spain. Though it’s only produced in a tiny triangle in southwestern Andalusia, no meal or get-together in the region would be complete without it. From crisp, bone-dry manzanilla to the sweet, ebony cream variety popular among many a grandparent in […]

5 Andalusian Sherry Wines to Order in Seville

Amontillado sherry is easily one of our favorite wines to order in Seville!

While the province of Seville itself isn’t home to any major wine regions, that doesn’t mean that locals don’t know how to enjoy their vino! In fact, sevillanos are particularly partial to one specific type of wine: sherry! We know what you’re thinking: “Isn’t that what my grandma drinks?” Well, not anymore. Here in southern Spain, and […]

Restaurants Open Late in Seville: Where to Eat After Dark

El Rinconcillo is one of the best restaurants open late in Seville—and the city's oldest bar, too!

If there’s one thing Spanish culture is famous for, it’s the late mealtimes. Visitors often have trouble adjusting to eating lunch at 2 p.m. and dinner at 9 or 10. However, sometimes it’s necessary to chow down even later in the evening! Whether your travel plans prevent you from eating earlier or you get hungry […]

Sherry Wines in Seville: What They Are & What to Order

Fino and manzanilla are the driest sherry wines in Seville.

Many visitors to Spain might think of sherry as a sickly sweet drink for grandmas, but here in Seville, it’s so much more! Sherry wines in Seville are an integral part of local culture. They’re everything from the drink of choice at the April Fair to a sweet finale after an amazing meal. But what […]